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Contents

Elvis all round world
18
Rock music, Singers
Hour of agony for France
23
France (Politics and government)
In Algiers, a day of the mob and mutiny
26
Jacques Massu; 1908-., Algeria (Politics and government)
Pflimlin: defender of the existing French republic
30
Pierre Pflimlin; 1907-2000
De Gaulle: the lone mystic standing for change
31
Charles de Gaulle; 1890-1970
Night harbingers of horror
63
Television broadcasting (Horror shows)
Historic region's present charms
72
New England (Description and travel)
How to see the area in twelve days, 2,400 miles
84
New England (Maps)
Paris holiday
97
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Odd twist for roosters
105
Poultry (Breeding), Genetics

Hate running loose hits out at Nixons
32
Patricia Nixon (wife of American president Richard M. Nixon.); 1912-1993, Richard Milhous Nixon (American president.); 1913-1994, Latin America and the United States
Uprising in Lebanon imperils U.S. friend
43
Lebanon (Politics and government)
Latin America: the U.S. reappraisal
47
Latin America (Politics and government), United States (Foreign relations, Latin America)
Caracas: the U.S. reaction
47
Public opinion
Knowland girls on the go
51
Knowland family, Political campaigns
Peddling painter from Paris
57
POUCETTE.
And now there are eight
109
Stan Musial; 1920-.
Sputnik and a jumbo space lab
119
Artificial satellites
Boy's big deal: his first car
124
Automobile drivers
Sleeping beauty arises
131
Anne Helm; 1938-., Television production and direction
Why Britain's angry young men boil over
138
Authors, English, Great Britain (Social conditions)
Real nice party group
153
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Kim Novak; 1933-., Rafael Trujillo; 1929-1969

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